Season 1DVD - 2014 | Widescreen edition.
Los Angeles, Calif. : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, [date of publication not identified]
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General: Do you know why you were chosen for America?
Liz: Because of my commitment.
General: Yes. Loyalty, intelligence, skills. But most of all, you were chosen because of your fear.
Liz: My fear?
Genral: Of surrender. Surrender for you would be an act of suicide.
-Even if the meeting wasn't a setup before, it's insane to go into it now with Prince in custody. He could be broken with a feather duster.
Arkady: Besides, if you're wrong, we'd be giving up the greatest intelligence success since we got the atom bomb.
Claudia: That's what we always say right before our people die for nothing. The next thing we always say is, "it was ... so ... obvious."
FBI Chief: You're a responsible man, aren't you, Beeman?
Beeman: Well, my father always said so. Except for the time I wrecked his Bonneville.
-You can torture me...And you can kill me...But we're gonna kick your motherland's marbled ass, and there's nothing you can do about it.
Liz: Hey, you don't know how good things can be. Moscow is beautiful. It's Cosmopolitan, much more so than Washington. There is art. There... it's...there's culture.
Greg: You're a travel brochure.
FBI Chief: This isn't a cold war. There's nothing cold about the covert, violent exchanges between the United States and the Soviet union. They've killed not only our agents, but our citizens. And for that, they'll pay.
Phil to daughter who was reading a teen's magazine:
"What to do about his ex-girlfriend"? "Here comes the bride"? "Super-quick hairstyles for after gym." "Bath to babe in under a minute." Now I know why your mom hates those magazines.
FBI chief: My mother always said coincidence was God's way of winking at you. That doesn't exactly feel like a friendly wink, does it?
- Mom, dad hasn't been home
for dinner in a week. The president of the United States eats dinner with his family occasionally.
The deep cover femme fatale:
I was born in Smolensk. My father died fighting the Nazis at stalingrad when I was 2. There was a picture of him in his uniform. He was pale, with bushy eyebrows. He was smiling, although, of course, he was going off to die. My mother was a bookkeeper for the local party committee. My name is... Was... nadezhda.
Phil: America's not so bad. We've been here a long time. What's... what's so bad about it, you know? The electricity works all the time. Food's pretty great. The closet space...
Liz: Is that what you care about?
Phil: No, I care about everything.
Liz: Not the motherland!
Phil: I do, but our family comes first.
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